Mathematics Resources for Primary and Secondary Levels.
Printable "Dynamic PDF Worksheets " contain randomly generated questions with answers and are differentiated where possible .
"Interactive PDF" pages are designed for whole class engagement when projected onto a whiteboard or for one-to-one tuition on a computer. Ideal for introducing or reviewing topics as you can generate as many different examples as needed at the click of a button.

Mathematics Resources for Primary and Secondary Levels.
Printable "Dynamic PDF Worksheets " contain randomly generated questions with answers and are differentiated where possible .
"Interactive PDF" pages are designed for whole class engagement when projected onto a whiteboard or for one-to-one tuition on a computer. Ideal for introducing or reviewing topics as you can generate as many different examples as needed at the click of a button.

The Interactive Teaching Page is designed to be used by teachers and pupils on an Interactive Whiteboard or on a PC/Mac computer for one-to-one tuition. Examples are randomly generated at the click of a button, so you can use this one page as many times as needed.
It covers addition of a 1 digit number to a 2 digit number that bridge multiples of 10 up to 100. You have the option of separating out the process into 3 steps or solving all the steps in one go.
The 100 bead number line with arrows that change with each question is an additional visual support to seeing 1 - 100 split up into 10s
The Worksheet contains randomly generated questions on adding a 1 digit number to a 2 digit number that bridge multiples of 10 up to 100. Answers are revealed at the click of a button.
Again you can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework or revision as the questions will change every time.
Click on the** “HELP”** button for further instructions.
Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about this topic and understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

This "Dynamic PDF Worksheet " contains a mix of randomly generated addition and subtraction questions up to 20 , with pupils being asked to find the addend, minuend, subtrahend or sum. Answer are revealed at the click of a button. You can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework or revision and the questions will change every time.
Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions.
Note
*This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more guidance on helping pupils understand Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel or go directly to the video on “Deep understanding of numbers 1-20”

These worksheets contains randomly generated questions adding and subtracting 2 digit numbers with and without bridging (exchanging) differentiated at 3 levels:
Addition
-No bridging
-Bridging 10s (2 digit number plus a 1 digit number)
-Bridging 10s & 100s ( both numbers 2 digits)
Subtraction
No borrowing
Borrowing 10s (2 digit number minus a 1 digit number)
Borrowing 10s ( both numbers 2 digits)
Answers are revealed at the click of a button.
You can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework or revision as the questions will change every time.
You also can clear all the numbers so you or your pupils can create your own worksheets
Click on the "HELP" button for further instructions.
Note
*These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about column addition & subtraction and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

These worksheets contain randomly generated questions adding and subtracting 3 digit numbers at 4 levels:
Addition
Worksheet 1: No bridging
Worksheet 2: Bridging 10s
Worksheet 3: Bridging 10s & 100s
Worksheet 4: Bridging 10s, 100s & 1000
Subtraction
Worksheet 1: No borrowing
Worksheet 1: Borrowing 10 only
Worksheet 1: Borrowing 10 & 100 (3 digit number minus a 2 digit number)
Worksheet 1: Borrowing 10 & 100 (both 3 digit numbers)
Answers are revealed at the click of a button.
You can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework or revision as the questions will change every time at the click of a button
You also can clear all the numbers so you or your pupils can create your own worksheets
Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions.
Note
*These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about column addition and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

Compare 4 numbers and place them in order between the inequality signs.
There are 3 levels of questions randomised at the click of a button which means you can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework & test,and the questions will change every time.
Level 1: Numbers 1-20
Level 2: Numbers 1- 100
Level 3: Numbers to 1000
Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions.
There is an "Interactive PDF " Teaching Resource to go with this resource.
Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

This resource has been expanded so there are now 2 Interactive Teaching Pages and 2 worksheets.
“Adding up to 5 with Jellyfish 1” introduces the concept of adding and the symbols + and = by first counting two sets of objects and then selecting the equivalent total.
The equation with numbers can then be revealed, one element at a time, and comparison between the two can be made.
“Adding up to 5 with Jellyfish 2” invites the pupils to complete the addition sum and if needed do a check through counting.
The 2 static worksheets cover most of the combinations of numbers that add up to 5 or less.
See the “HELP” Page for further guidance.
*Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

No frills set of worksheets for practicing addition and subtraction of big numbers from 5 digit numbers to 8 digit numbers, providing (almost) endless pages of questions.
The worksheets are divided into 2 formats:
Numbers arranged vertically for practicing the standard format.
Numbers arranged horizontally with space provided on the page to either practice laying out the question in the standard format or any other way.
Each format provides a page of additions with a mix of 5, 6, 7 & 8 digit numbers and the same for subtractions.
As always with these resources, the Worksheets are Dynamic. At the click of a button all the numbers are randomised. Because the numbers change each time you could create a different worksheet for classwork, homework, revision, assessments etc or even a different one for each pupil in your class
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more guidance on helping pupils understand this topic and others in Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

**Compare & Order Numbers 1 to 20, 1 to 100 & 1 to 1000. **
Compare 4 numbers and place them in order using inequality signs.
An ideal resource for whole class teaching with the Interactive Whiteboard or one-to-one tuition on a computer.
There are 3 levels of questions randomised at the click of a button.
Level 1: Numbers 1-20
Level 2: Numbers 1- 100
Level 3: Numbers to 1000
Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions.
There is a "Dynamic PDF " Worksheet to go with this resource
Note
*This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

These are Dynamic Worksheets which means that the numbers in the questions are randomised at the click of a button, so that the same resource can be used for teaching, classwork, homework, revision & a test if needed, as the questions will be different each time.
UK Mathematics Program of Study Key Stage 2
Y4: Round decimals with one decimal place to the nearest whole number.
Y5: Round decimals with two decimal places to the nearest whole number and to on decimal place.
Y6: Develop skills of rounding, rounding answers to a specified degree of accuracy.
The worksheets have been divided into three levels:
Worksheet 1:The focus is on rounding numbers with 1 decimal place to the nearest whole number. As with all the worksheets pupils are encouraged to find the number on the number lines provided before rounding
Worksheet 2: Numbers with 2 d.p. need to be rounded to either the nearest whole number or to 1 d.p.
Worksheet 3:Numbers with 3 d.p. need to be rounded to either the nearest whole number, to 1 d.p. or 2 d.p. In this worksheet the language of the questions is more varied.
Each worksheet also has the answers which appear/hide at the click of a button. These Worksheets are printable.
There is also a Help sheet included for guidance.
Note
*This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
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For more information about teaching Rounding of Decimals & understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel.

An introduction into sharing with ratio using the bar model as an ideal visual aid.
Watch the video here for a quick tutorial on how to use these resources
There is a teaching resource designed to be used on an Interactive Whiteboard or on a PC or Mac for one-to-one tuition.
This is accompanied by a set of differentiated worksheets.
Pupils are asked to share a quantity in a given ratio. A bar of the correct number of parts is created and pupils can either color in the bar in the ratio given and / or calculate the amount to go in each part.
Another set of questions is based on being given the ratio & one of the final answers with the aim to find the initial quantity.
For added differentiation the totals to be shared are:
Level 1: Under 100
Level 2: to 1000 in multiples of 10
Level 3: to 1000
The Teaching Resources are interactive and the Worksheets are dynamic which means that at the click of a button the numbers in the questions are randomised. Answers are provided every time.
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about teaching Ratio understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel.

This "Dynamic PDF Worksheet " contains a mix of randomly generated addition and subtraction questions up to 10 , with pupils being asked to find the addend, minuend, subtrahend or sum. Answer are revealed at the click of a button. You can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework or revision and the questions will change every time.
Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions.
Note
*This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more guidance on helping pupils understand Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel or go directly to the video on “Fix numbers 1-10”

The Teaching Page when projected onto a screen or interactive whiteboard allows you to go through the standard algorithm for multiplication showing each step of the process to your class. Every time you press one of the randomising buttons it changes the 3 digit multiplicand. Each button represents a different multiplier from 2 to 9, so you have an endless set of examples to practice with.
To see how this page works watch this 2 minute video **https://youtu.be/Ytaps6q8BTo**
The two printable Dynamic PDF Worksheets provide an (almost) infinite number of practice questions .
12 questions are laid out on the page. When any of the buttons (at the bottom of the page) is clicked all the 3 digit multiplicand will change.
On Worksheet 1 each button represents a different multiplier from 2 to 9 , so for example you can have a whole page of 3 digit numbers multiplied by 4, or 5 etc.
On Worksheet 2 each button represents a range of multipliers e.g. 3 to 6. Each row of questions will multiply the 3 digit number by a different number, first row by 3, second row by 4 etc.
Answers are generated automatically every time.
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